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Previous Zeuthen Lectures


2018: Markus K. Brunnermeier: "The International Financial and Monetary Architecture"

2016: Oded Galor:"The Biogeographical Origins of the Wealth of Nations"

2014: Orazio Attanasio:"The Life Cycle Model of Individual Choices: A Unifying Framework! 

2012: Daron Acemoglu: " Success and Failure of Nations"

2010: Jordi Galí: "Unemployment Fluctuations and Stabilization Policies: A New Keynesian Perspective"

2008: Joel Slemrod: "Tax Systems"

2007: Robert Feenstra: "New Product Varieties, the Terms of Trade, and the Measurement of Real GDP"

2006: Tim Bollerslev: "Financial Market Volatility: From ARCH and GARCH to High-Frequency Data and Realized Volatilities"

2005: Matthew Rabin: "An Economic Theorist Thinks about Paternalism"

2004: Eric Maskin: "Auctions, Resource Allocation and Efficiency"

2003: Richard Blundell: "Measuring and Modelling Consumer Behavior: What Can We Learn from Micro Data?"

2002: Ernst Fehr: "The Behavioral Economics of Incentives"

2001: Philippe Aghion: "Competition and Growth"

2000: Dale T. Mortensen: "Why are Similar People Paid Differently?"

1999: Maurice Obstfeld: "Understanding Currency Crises"

1998: Torsten Persson and Guido Tabellini: "Political Economics and Economic Policy"

1997: David F. Hendry: "Economic Forecasting"

1996: Ariel Rubinstein: "Modeling Bounded Rationality"